Based in Tasmania, Raymond Arnold (b. 1950) is Australia’s best-known print maker with work that explores natural sacred spaces and sometimes their encroachment by man. These are often assembled to create larger and more imposing pieces.
His work has a following beyond Antipodean borders, with representation in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Imperial War Museum in London and the Biblitheque Nationale and Musee Courbet in France.
Arnold has been friends with fellow printmaker Ian Westacott since their art school days in Wangaratta.